Griffith's Valuation: Currin Parish, County Fermanagh

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Griffith's Valuation in Currin Parish

Griffith ’s Valuation took place in Currin parish and every other parish in county Fermanagh as well as throughout Ireland. Griffith's valuation is the name widely given to the Primary Valuation of Ireland, a property tax survey carried out in the mid-nineteenth century under the supervision of Sir Richard Griffith. The survey involved the detailed valuation of every taxable piece of agricultural or built property on the island of Ireland and was published county-by-county between the years 1847 and 1864.

The process of valuation was painstakingly thorough, involving multiple visits by valuation teams to analyse all of the factors influencing the economic status of the property: average rents paid in the area; distance from the nearest market town. The aim was to get as accurate as possible an estimate of the annual income that each property should produce. The Griffiths Valuation was carried out in county Fermanagh in 1862.


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Griffiths Valuation: Currin Parish 1862

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KEY:   L: = Location     N: = Notes     V: = Village     T: = Town

Bell, James L: Renogher Glebe
Clarke, Margaret L: Aghnaskew Glebe
Clarke, Margaret L: Lisnadurk Glebe North
Clarke, Margaret L: Lisnadurk Glebe South
Cosgrave, Thomas L: Hermitage
Deyell, John L: Lisnadurk Glebe North
Dolan, John L: Lisnadurk Glebe North
Farrell, Rose L: Lisnadurk Glebe North
Gainer, James L: Lisnadurk Glebe South
Gainer, Margaret L: Lisnadurk Glebe South
Gavin, James L: Renogher Glebe
Gillespie, James L: Hermitage
Gillespie, James L: Lisnadurk Glebe North
Gillespie, James L: Lisnadurk Glebe South
Gillespie, John L: Aghnaskew Glebe
Gillespie, John L: Hermitage
Gillespie, John L: Renogher Glebe
Hicks, William L: Lisnadurk Glebe North
Hurst, Rev. Francis L: Aghnaskew Glebe
Hurst, Rev. Francis L: Renogher Glebe
Johnston, Robert L: Hermitage
Kelly, Owen L: Renogher Glebe
McDonagh, John L: Lisnadurk Glebe North
McDonagh, John L: Lisnadurk Middle
McEntee, Patrick L: Lisnadurk Glebe South
McGinity, James L: Lisnadurk Glebe North
McGinity, Margaret L: Lisnadurk Glebe North
McGinity, Mary L: Lisnadurk Glebe North
McMahon, Patrick L: Lisnadurk Glebe South
Neille, James L: Lisnadurk Glebe South
Sadler, Matthew L: Hermitage
Shannon, Samuel L: Aghnaskew Glebe
Winters, Michael L: Lisnadurk Glebe South

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